Episode 812 – Open Source Supply Chain Attacks Up 430%

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Open source components are an easy way to help speed up time to market for development. However, there is a risk when using other people’s code and hackers are exploiting this. This episode talks about a report stating open-source supply chain attacks are on the rise.

Sonatype report – https://www.sonatype.com/2020ssc

Be aware, be safe.

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